Please Humanists, Speak Morality, Old As Acropolis

Please Humanists, Speak Morality, Old As Acropolis February 1, 2020

Please Humanists, speak morality, old as Acropolis.

Humanists live in a time of extravagant lies.

Humanists live where errors are as many as words.

Humanists live in a period of verbal subterfuge.

Humanists live near industries of infuriated fabrication.

Humanist live near minds prostrate to error.

Humanists live in a season of unartful dodges.

Humanists live in an era of mendacious leadership.

Humanists live in an eon of insensate fanaticism.

Humanists live where swindlers act with burlesque facility.

Humanists live in a land with a strange subject of veneration.

Humanists live where impiety is called piety.

Humanists live where credulity is hailed as faith.

Humanists live in a present of small liberties.

Humanists live in an age of printless fingerprints.

Humanists live at a moment of smoke, mirrors, and formaldehyde.

Please Humanists, speak morality, old as Acropolis.

 

Featured  image  ‘true  peace  symbol’  by  Luke  via  Flickr

 

 

 

 

 


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